You Been Served. Constable Service

Tel: 617-901-7427 or 1-888-926-5379 - P.O. Box 240824 - Dorchester, MA. 02124-0824

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  You Been Served. Constable Service
  All 
bonded Constables may serve, within the maximum amount specified by the Massachusetts Statute, and can serve all process allowed by law.

  All bonded Constables may serve, within the Cities or Towns in which they are appointed or elected, the following:

All Summons and Complaints with maximum Ad Damnum allowed by law

Writs and Trustee Process

Real Estate Attachments

Land Court Process

14 Day notice to Quit, 30 Day notice to Quit 

Executions

Supplementary Process in any Amount

Small Claims Notices and Notices To Show Cause

All Process under G.L. Chapter 239

Summary Process, Ejectments, etc.

Notices of all kinds and Demands

Capias

Probate Court Process, Domestic Relations

Subpoenas, Criminal, Civil, and Federal, and other certain Writs and Papers from the District Courts, the Superior, Supreme Judicial, and the United States District Courts


Constables may be appointed to serve all process under Rule 4-c of the Federal and Mass. Rules of Civil Procedure and the appropriate motion for use in obtaining this appointment.

As a disinterested person, the following may be served anywhere by a Constable, including process of all kinds not required to be served by an Officer:

Federal Summons and Complaints
Summons and Complaint for Divorce, Contempt,
Modification, and Separate Support
Criminal, Civil and Federal Subpoenas, Probate Citations,
Notices and Letters of all kinds.

Disclaimer: The law is constantly changing and there may be times when the information on this web site will not be current. This information is provided for general informational purposes only and is not intended as legal advice. This information is not a comprehensive treatment of the subject and is not a substitute for advice from an attorney.